- Von Camille Case hochgeladen am 30.10.2009
Where are we coming from, who are we, where are we going - with installation.
Materials: Breakfast, bread expiry date, birthdate, Old story, resting plywood, decadence.
Story: As very often, breakfast is a great time for crazy-but-efficient idearising. So was this day the assigned Death of the Bread met my own Date of Birth. As I saw Gauguin's painting, as I read all philosophers'existential texts and even more, I felt myself properly entitled to make a new great unforgettable unforgivable artwork on the "where are we coming from, who are we, where are we going". I felt also in this time quite puzzled and lost on my duties-projects-life-map... So this ended up in this crazy puzzling perspective as well. The path is above a deep ravine, the cut bread-heads on the woods stand right in holes, moving towards or away from us, getting down or up on the way. In the front of the picture, you may be able to distingish one from the other, in the end/beginning not any more... Dazu, I found out an installation, puting the painting in relation with its origins, the Deadbreads - and a new Deadbread-Machine- Merchandizings- Life-stories - Serie, which was shown at the Christmas Palm Exhibition, 20th. Dec, Berlin.
|Titel||n°39071 – De l’éternel vacillement des Échafauds d’âges, «D’où venons-nous, qui sommes-nous, où allons-nous»|
|Material, Technik||Akrylfarbe auf Sperrholz|
|Jahr, Ort||Mai 2009, Berlin|
|Info||1090 2 1 4 von 6 - 1 Stimme|